Endemic birds of Indonesia

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Indonesia has more endemic birds than any other country. Indonesia's size, tropical climate, and archipelagic geography, support the world's second highest level of biodiversity (after Brazil).[1]

Most endemic birds are in the Wallacea region of eastern Indonesia. Sulawesi supports twelve endemic bird genera. Of all Indonesian endemic birds, about sixty-one species are threatened: thirty-seven species are listed as vulnerable, twenty-three are endangered and eleven species are listed as critical on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

Conservation status[edit]

NE = not evaluated NT = near threatened CR = critical
DD = data deficient VU = vulnerable EW = extinct in the wild
LC = least concern EN = endangered EX = extinct

Craciformes[edit]

Megapodiidae[edit]

Galliformes[edit]

Phasianidae[edit]

Falconiformes[edit]

Falconidae[edit]

Accipitridae[edit]

Gruiformes[edit]

Rallidae[edit]

Turniciformes[edit]

Turnicidae[edit]

Charadriiformes[edit]

Charadriidae[edit]

Scolopacidae[edit]

Columbiformes[edit]

Columbidae[edit]

Psittaciformes[edit]

Psittacidae[edit]

Cuculiformes[edit]

Cuculidae[edit]

Strigiformes[edit]

Tytonidae[edit]

Strigidae[edit]

Caprimulgiformes[edit]

Caprimulgidae[edit]

Aegothelidae[edit]

Apodiformes[edit]

Apodidae[edit]

Trogoniformes[edit]

Trogonidae[edit]

Coraciiformes[edit]

Coraciidae[edit]

Alcedinidae[edit]

Meropidae[edit]

Bucerotiformes[edit]

Bucerotidae[edit]

Piciformes[edit]

Ramphastidae[edit]

Picidae[edit]

Passeriformes[edit]

Pittidae[edit]

Ptilonorhynchidae[edit]

Meliphagidae[edit]

Acanthizidae[edit]

Artamidae[edit]

Campephagidae[edit]

Pachycephalidae[edit]

Oriolidae[edit]

Dicruridae[edit]

Rhipiduridae[edit]

Monarchidae[edit]

Corvidae[edit]

Paradisaeidae[edit]

Petroicidae[edit]

Aegithalidae[edit]

Cisticolidae[edit]

Pycnonotidae[edit]

Cettiidae[edit]

Locustellidae[edit]

Phylloscopidae[edit]

Leiothrichidae[edit]

Pellorneidae[edit]

Timaliidae[edit]

Zosteropidae[edit]

Sturnidae[edit]

Turdidae[edit]

Muscicapidae[edit]

Chloropseidae[edit]

Dicaeidae[edit]

Nectariniidae[edit]

Estrildidae[edit]

Previous page: List of birds of Indonesia (non-passerine)

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Lester, Brown, R (1997). State of the World 1997: A Worldwatch Institute Report on Progress Toward a Sustainable Society (14th edition). New York: W. W. Norton & Company. p. 7. ISBN 0-393-04008-9. 

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